Danny Warhole has been selected as one of eighteen artists showcased in the new initiative, “Representing Artists,” at The Studio Door.
In 2014, The Studio Door, an interdisciplinary visual arts gallery dedicated to the creative marketplace, opened in San Diego, California. The gallery is nationally known for its annual exhibitions, The Crow Show and PROUD+, as well as its continuous support of local artists.
As an S-Corporation, The Studio Door leads by example as a for-profit business while encouraging artists to participate in creative commerce. 4,000 artists have exhibited and participated professional development programs.
The Studio Door operates in the heart of the Hillcrest neighborhood. The 4,300 sq foot storefront contains a sprawling art gallery surrounded by 16 working artist studios.
The Studio Door was awarded a Nicky Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts by the LGBTQ community and an Artie Award by Mission Federal ArtWalk. Additional recognition came from California’s Senate President pro Tempore Toni G. Atkins, Assemblymember Todd Gloria and Councilmember Chris Ward for community service in the arts.
Speaking about the news, Warhole commented, “I‘m honored to be selected to show my work in this esteemed gallery amongst such a diverse and talented group of artists. The Studio Door is more than just an art gallery, it’s a hub for creativity, artistry and storytelling in San Diego’s vibrant LGBT community.”
The Studio Door has selected six of Danny’s works, including his recent works of “Hypnotized,” “Mesmerized” and “Harmonized,” which celebrate the human figure and the Southern California lifestyle.
The Studio Door will hold it’s celebratory opening of the exhibition on Saturday, January 21st, 2023 from 6 to 9 PM with Danny Warhole in attendance.
The Studio Door is open Monday through Saturday from 12 PM to 7 PM.